Jason Aldean made it two Male Vocalist of the Year awards in a row at the ACM Awards by nabbing the 2014 award during Sunday night's (April 6) ceremony. The singer explained that despite his win a year ago, he never expected to take home the honor again.

"It was a shock last year to win it, and even a bigger shock this year," Aldean said of his repeat victory, which could be viewed as a mild upset over Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton. Lee Brice and Keith Urban were also nominated in the category. "It's been one hell of a ride and I hope it doesn't end anytime soon," Aldean added.

In 2013, Aldean earned Top 10 hits with '1994,' 'Night Train,' and 'When She Says Baby' as he continued to promote his platinum-certified 'Night Train' album. Male Vocalist was his only ACM nomination this year.